Can a US green card holder travel to Mexico visa free?
No. To enter Mexico from the US you would need your American passport. If you don't, you would require an ID or birth certificate when traveling by land.
yes they can. a green card holder can travel freely outside of the u.s.
As a green card holder do you need a passport to travel Mexico and back to the US with a afghan passport?
Yes, you always need a passport when you travel outside your country of origin.
To be honest it depends on where you are from and what country has granted you a green card. US green card holders can visit Mexico and Canada without a visa, but you still need a passport and leaving the Us for over a year can lead to having your green card taken away.
Yes You will need a passport or a travel document . I have green Card cat AS6
Yes a green card holder has no citizen rights in the USA. Consider yourself still a citizen of your home country which means you need a passport to enter any country outside US and your home country's borders.
awesome I am going to the Bahamas
not you dont need it
Green card holder can travel within US states.As a U. S permanent resident you do not need a visa to visit Mexico. At the border or on the airplane you can get a tourist card good for up to 180 days. If you are going to FLY to Mexico you DO need a passport. You must use your passport from your home country since you cannot get an American passport until you become an American… Read More
You need a passport to travel to any other country (even Canada and Mexico) from the United States, whether you are a US citizen or a permanent resident with a green card. You will also need a passport to re-enter the United States from any other country.
Im a green card holder who wants to get married to a German national will she be able to travel back and forth while her case to become a green card holder is still pending?
If you have a green card and a travel document from the USCIS you need a visa. But if you are a green card holder and have a passport, you may not need a visa depending upon the country of citizenship, i.e. green card is irrelevant. Check the list of citizens who requires visa for Malaysia.
Yes, you can. You just have to take your green card along with your Iranian passport.
No . they dont require one.
If you are an illegal alien... yes. If you are American... no.
birth certificate and a photo I.D, and social security card.
A green card holder based on asylum can travel back to the country from which they fled, but they are subject to being questioned upon return by the admitting officer. Best bet is to secure an I-131 Travel Document in advance. Further, the traveller should have a good reason in place for the travel.
How can a green card holder apply for his husband
England, west and East Germany
A green card holder can be deported for any felony.
depends on where you're from. with the green card, you do not need to have visa to visit Canada or Mexico, however, European countries still require visa based on your country of citizenship. my advice is to try get a usa travel document,not your country's. jean Pierre kabahizi
You will be sent to Jail if you go without your passport.
Only his/her passport is required.
I had a student visa but went out of status Can i marry a green card holder and apply for a green card?
I had a student visa but went out of status Can i marry a green card holder and apply for a green card?"
That depends on the motives of the green card holder ;)
It depends on the country of citizenship. A UK citizen would not need a visa if they travel to the Caribbean just their Green Card and Passport.
A green card holder can receive loans. Those with a green card are able to apply for mortgages, and student loans for example.
you just ask the green card holder if you can borrow his.
Yes--you need a visa now--My wife is from China00and has a American Green Card she was forced to go back home because she did not have a visa!
Yes a AS6 category green card holder can travel to home country. Provided he feels safe to travel to his home country and he is not anymore fearful of the effects of going there.While you travel to your home country you are on your own and since you are not a US citizen the US government will not help if you are in trouble in your home country whatsoever. It may be considered fraud if… Read More
With a Green Card, a holder can enter any country a US citizen does not need a visa, without a visa. You must however, find out the maximum duration one is allowed to stay in the foreign country with each visit.
No! You can check with the Jamaica Embassy in Washington D.C. 202-452-0660
Apply at the appropriate consulate or embassy
A US green card holder can petition for his/her spouse's permanent residency. Using the Form I-130 the green card process can be started and once the priority date becomes current the visa will be issued so that the spouse can enter US as a green card holder. Also the spouse could enter US with one of the visas like tourist visa after which the US green card holder could petition for green card for the… Read More
Having a "green card" from the United States will allow you to enter the US if you leave. It has nothing to do with access to other countries. Whether or not you will need a visa to travel to New Zealand depends on the country from which you have your passport.
Does not matter if you are a US Green Card holder or not, when you have an Australian visitor visa, you can go there.
how long a us green card holder live in uk Green card holders can travel abroad for a maximum period of 180 days on each trip. If you need to stay outside longer for employment or religious purposes you should apply for reentry permit using application travel document, the Form I-131 which is valid for 2 years. Also you can use the Form N-470 meanwhile to preserve residence for naturalization process.
If as a green card holder you travel abroad and stay out for more than a year you should have applied for a reentry permit using the Form I-131 travel document which is valid for 2 years. So its always advisable to limit trips abroad to less than 180 days in order to maintain continuous residence for future naturalization process.
no Being a US Citizen entitles a person to a great number of privileges than being a green card holder. A person can become a US Citizen only after becoming a green card holder. A person should have been a green card holder for 5 yrs or 3yrs ( if married to a US citizen).Green card and then citizenship is the valid, designated route.
Australia, Canada,Denmark, New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga,Samoa,UK,Guam,
Does a green card holder have to be physically present when renewing a green card that is about to expire?
yes! of course...
You are on a valid H1B visa and getting married to a green card holder what is a quicker way to get your green card through your green card holder spouse or sponsored by your employer?
Hi I got married to a green card Holder outside India. I applied for H1b and got my work visa and came to Us through that. Hoe can i convert my H1b to greencard.He got his green card 3 and half months before. can anyone answer
Any child of a green card holder is eligible to apply, married or not. But the wait time for married children and children over the age of 18 is about 10 yrs.
Can a US green card holder marry a filipino and petition for a spousal visa to the US
No. you don't know. If you are US or Canadian green car holder ( permanent resident), then you don't need to get advanced tourist visa to enter Mexico. See link below. http://portal.sre.gob.mx/was_eng/index.php?option=displaypage&Itemid=55&op=page&SubMenu=
If you are a permanent resident with a "Green Card" then you can leave and enter the US at any time. Check out passport requirements though. Travel documents requirements have changed in the last couple of years.
Going to Seattle from inside the US - no. Going to Seattle from outside the US (even Vancouver) - yes.
Yes, they can.
Nothing, they just check the validate of green card holder, if it is first arrival then the photo and the fingerprint will taked.
If the green card holder had applied and had a reentry permit with him he can use that to reenter US. If not the green card holder needs to apply for a return visa (SB-1) for which he should contact closest US embassy or consulate.